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2nd Annual End of Summer Classic Car Show on the Santa Monica Pier

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Pico Youth & Family Center (PYFC) proudly presents the 2nd Annual Santa Monica Classic Car Show on the Santa Monica Pier on Saturday, September 10th from 10 AM to 4 PM.

Lowride for a Cause. All proceeds will benefit youth services and after-school programming for underserved youth in Santa Monica and Los Angeles County. Last year, more than 1,000 people attended this family-friendly event. The event is free for all spectators and guests on foot. This year, over 200 classic cars of various makes and models, some dating back to 1930s will be on display.

Headlining the live entertainment will be LA-based live bands and special guest DJs. Food and vendors with unique items will also be featured.

Solo Riders and Classic Car Clubs can register now for $40 or for $50 at the Pier (Day of event). For more information, please email at picoyouth@gmail.com or call at (310) 592-9848.

WHAT:
2nd Annual End of Summer Classic Car Show on the Santa Monica Pier

WHEN:
Saturday, September 10
10 AM – 4 PM

WHERE:
On the Santa Monica Pier

Pico Youth & Family Center (PYFC) is hosting this Classic Car Show to bring awareness to the community that lowriding culture still thrives in the Westside of Los Angeles. “Through this family-friendly event we plan to educate and inspire everyone, but especially our youth, to have pride in our culture and to contribute to the continuation of this beautiful art form that we know as low rider culture,” stated Charlie Chacon, creator of West Los the Documentary.

“At a time when low-income residents of all backgrounds, especially Latino and African American residents, are being pushed out of Westside communities due to gentrification we feel that unity, awareness, and visibility are needed more than ever. This car show is necessary to celebrate our region’s cultural diversity that is at risk of extinction,” stated Oscar de la Torre, Santa Monica City Councilmen.

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